Annual Report 2012-2013

Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2012-2013

The past year has been notable for achievements rising from cornerstones both literal and figurative.

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Stories

Stephen Bronskill

LEADING

President’s Award–winner Stephen Bronskill ’13 studies how policies affect people, communities, and the environment.

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Greg Smith

CREATING

Professor Greg Smith captured the auditory details of the president’s life in Washington, D.C., during the Civil War for the movie Lincoln.

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John F. Kennedy

JFK at AU: Building Peace for All Time

Fifty years after Kennedy’s famous “Strategy of Peace” address, AU remembers the event with a series of speakers, discussions, and reflections.

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Washington College of Law, Tenley Campus

EXPANDING

The Washington College of Law broke ground for its new home at Tenley Campus, the largest construction project in AU’s history.

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AU's Community Garden

SUSTAINING

AU is moving closer to carbon neutral with the push for composting and other initiatives this past year.

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Kogod Gardens

AU Arboretum and Gardens:
10-Year Commemorative

The university’s 84-acre campus is a certified arboretum and a model of sustainable landscape management.

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Terry Davidson, CAS

DISCOVERING

Professor Terry Davidson’s research sheds light on the connection between diet and brain functionality.

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Mayra Rivera '13

SERVING

Mayra Rivera ’13 serves children in the local community through tutoring and health education programs.

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Jeffrey Rutenbeck

New Deans

Three new leaders bring experience and vision to the School of Public Affairs, School of Communication, and School of Professional and Extended Studies.

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Stevan Holmberg, Kogod

INNOVATING

Stevan Holmberg researches how entrepreneurial companies use strategic alliances to develop and launch their products.

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Jack Cassell '77

GIVING

Alum Jack Cassell's generous donation supports the newest campus residence hall and fitness center.

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Aung San Suu Kyi

Notable Voices

Aung San Suu Kyi, Dennis Ross, Olympia Snowe, and Anita McBride are among the many speakers who enrich campus life.

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Alan Kraut, CAS

ILLUMINATING

History professor Alan Kraut has written numerous books about immigration and integration in the United States.

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Maina Singh, SIS

EXPLORING

SIS scholar in residence Maina Singh explores questions of identity, gender, and ethnicity in Indian diaspora communities.

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